This potting bench is a great addition to your backyard and keeps all your gardening tools organized and easily accessible.
2 – 2x4 @ 61-1/2” (back legs)
2 – 2x4 @ 35-1/4” (front legs)
4 – 2x4 @ 22” (side aprons)
10 – 1x4 @ 39” (front aprons, short shelf boards, back shelf)
10 – 1x4 @ 42” (long shelf boards, back boards)
2 – 1x4 @ 24” both ends cut at 45 degrees, long point to short point measurement (cross support)
Mark the back legs from the bottom at 11-1/4” and 35-1/4”. Attach with 2-1/2” exterior deck screws the 22” long side aprons to the back legs, matching marks with tops of aprons. Then mark the front legs 1-1/2” in from front edge and also 11-1/4” up from bottom of leg. Attach other side of 22” long side aprons to the front legs.
Shelving – Place shelving boards on bottom shelf. Attach with about a ½” gap in between shelf boards with 2” exterior deck screws. Repeat for top shelf.
Cross bracing – cut cross bracing at 45 degree angles on ends. Attach to back legs and the back shelf board with 2” exterior deck screws and glue.
Hutch Back – Attach hutch back boards to back legs with 2” exterior deck screws, leaving about 2” gap in between boards.
Hutch Shelf – Screw through back boards and back legs into the hutch shelf board sides and back to attach with 2” exterior deck screws.
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